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Employment law advice from Tallents Solicitors

Employment law changes in 2020 that every employer should know

22nd July 2020

The implications of the coronavirus crisis for employers has been severe on so many fronts that it’s understandable if employers might have missed some key employment law changes that have recently come into effect. Ross Pierrepont, solicitor at Tallents Solicitors in Newark summarises the key changes that employers need to know as they open up their businesses again and bring back furloughed staff.

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Coronavirus - will I get paid if I self-isolate? Advice from the employment law specialists at Tallents Solicitors

Coronavirus – will I get paid if I self-isolate?

27th February 2020

There has been conflicting advice for employees and employers regarding coronavirus in the UK and employment lawyer, Ross Pierrepont from Tallents Solicitors, offers some guidance on key employment questions being asked regarding preventative self-isolation.

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Upcoming employment law changes in 2019 that every employer should know

21st February 2019

Employment law changes in 2019

It’s going to be a busy year for employers in 2019 as there are several key employment law changes occurring throughout the year that every employer should be aware of. Ross Pierrepont, a solicitor from Tallents Solicitors in Newark explains how these will affect anyone running a business with employees.

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The National Living Wage – what it means for employees and employers

30th March 2016
April 2016 will see further employment law reform with the introduction of the National Living Wage. Janine Lawton, employment lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark looks at the key implications for employees and employers. Says Janine: “The National Living Wage will be compulsory across the UK, with the first stage being introduced in April 2016. “There are currently four categories… Read more